On the Sill | Tiger Tooth Philodendron
Tooth Philodendron - Philodendron Narrow
Although there isn't a specific location for this genus of philodendron 450 species of philodendron are native to tropical South America. The Tiger Tooth can grow up to 60cm-90cm in height(indoors) & produces some aerial roots.
LIGHT- Bright indirect light is what this plant thrives best in but it can tolerate a little bit less light it just won't grow as fast in lower light then the ideal conditions
WATER- Allow the top 2" of soil to dry out between watering. This plant doesn't like to be in soil that is two wet. Watering once every 2-3 weeks on average a good amount of water.
PRUNING - The best time to prune this plant is spring or fall but if there is any dead leaves you can remove them at any time. Propagation of this plant is done easiest by cutting a stem & putting it into water. To do this cut it below a joint in the leaf stem & remove the lower leaves.
TOXICITY - These plants have a low to medium toxicity. It can cause some swelling of the mouth & vomiting so it's best to keep this plant out of the reach of little ones & fur babies.